Phonology

Participant translates propositions from Afrikaans into 'N/ohan (containing words with various nasalized clicks - presumably nasalized vs. glottalized nasalized vs. voiceless nasal click).
Participant translates propositions from Afrikaans into 'N/ohan (containing words with various nasalized clicks - presumably nasalized vs. glottalized nasalized vs. voiceless nasal click).
Participant translates propostions (verbal predicates and context ("The person..." + transitive and intransitive verb constructions); for tone analysis) from Afrikaans into 'N/ohan.
Participant translates propostions (verbal predicates and context ("The person..." + transitive and intransitive verb constructions); for tone analysis) from Afrikaans into 'N/ohan.
Participants translate propositions (words with diverse nasal clicks in context) from Afrikaans into 'N/ohan.
Participant translates propositions (words with diverse nasal clicks in context) from Afrikaans into 'N/ohan.
Participant translates propositions ("The person is laughing/waiting/standing/drinking water..", "I see a dog/dogs/a snake/...", "I see the big dog/big dogs/...", "I take the dog/dogs/snake/...") from Afrikaans into 'N/ohan.
Participant translates propositions ("The person is laughing/waiting/standing/drinking water..", "I see a dog/dogs/a snake/...", "I see the big dog/big dogs/...", "I take the dog/dogs/snake/...") from Afrikaans into 'N/ohan.
Participants translate propositions (words supposed to contain glottalized vowels, aspirated and glottalized clicks in context utterances) from Afrikaans into 'N/ohan.
Participants translate propositions (words supposed to contain glottalized vowels, aspirated and glottalized clicks in context utterances) from Afrikaans into 'N/ohan.
Elicitation of words with different onsets (click types/non-clicks). Word list had been first elicited with 304-MG and 284-AT. Recording was less satisfactory, hence discontinued (cf. TNb060504-01).
Elicitation of words with different onsets (click types/non-clicks). Word list had been first elicited with 304-MG and 284-AT. Recording was less satisfactory, hence discontinued (cf. TNb060504-01).
Recording words with different onsets (click types/non-clicks). List had been partially elicited/written down the preceding day with 304-MG and 284-AT.
Recording words with different onsets (click types/non-clicks). List had been partially elicited/written down the preceding day with 304-MG and 284-AT.
Elicitation of words with different accompaniments to alveolar click (PCQuirer incl. audio).
Elicitation of words with different accompaniments to alveolar click (PCQuirer incl. audio). PCQuirer files so far not listed under "Resources".
Elicitation of words with different accompaniments to alveolar click.
Elicitation of words with different accompaniments to alveolar click. Words originally elicited with 284-AT and 304-MG.
Elicitation of words with different accompaniments to alveolar click (PCQuirer incl. audio).
Elicitation of words with different accompaniments to alveolar click (PCQuirer incl. audio). PCQuirer files so far not listed under "Resources".
Elicitation of words with different accompaniments to alveolar click (PCQuirer incl. audio).
Elicitation of words with different accompaniments to alveolar click (PCQuirer incl. audio). PCQuirer files so far not listed under "Resources".
Participant (288-JB) pronounces words with different vowels including diphtongs and non-modal phonation types.
Participant (288-JB) pronounces words with different vowels including diphtongs and non-modal phonation types.
Participant (288-JB) pronounces words with possibly voiced glottalized clicks (followed by plain vowels), possibly contrasting with words whose onset is a voiced click followed by a glottalized vowel.
Participant (288-JB) pronounces words with possibly voiced glottalized clicks (followed by plain vowels), possibly contrasting with words whose onset is a voiced click followed by a glottalized vowel.

Citation

CN and Christfried Naumann (2005 - 2008). Item "Phonology" in collection "Taa". The Language Archive. https://hdl.handle.net/1839/00-0000-0000-0005-678E-8. (Accessed 2024-04-22)

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